Church Architecture Awards 2020

Due to the coronavirus lockdown and pandemic, this year the awards will be a virtual celebration of the best church architecture of the last ten years. Our judges will provide a shortlist of the best new church buildings and new designs in church re-ordering, alterations or extensions and the best church conservation or repair projects.

But the final winners will be chosen by you, the audience, in a specal live, online people's vote. Please join us at 5.00 pm on Thursday 5 November for this unique event.

Further details and tickets can be found here

EASA AGM & Autumn Meeting 2020

This year the Autumn meeting and AGM will be held virtually on Thursday 12th November Further details will follow shortly.

Covid 19 Advice.

Can we encourage you to visit the Coronavirus pages on the Church of England website which details arrangements for architects, surveyors and contractors to once more visit churches in the course of their work, providing they are able to do so safely. See https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-churches

NEWS

from related organisations

Heritage News

C of E Environment & The Chapels Society

HRBA’s monthly series from ‘our Roving Reporter’
The 8th in our series of short blogs where ‘our reporter’ describes a new idea or successful initiative being implemented in a historic religious building should now be up on our website. You can read it here https://www.hrballiance.org.uk/news/roving-reporter/heated-pew-cushions/
The idea is to inspire and get people thinking about they might be able to do. So please feel free to share more widely, but please share the link rather than copy the article. We want people to visit the HRBA website and see what else we do!
 
The Big Update now taking place on 10th March 2021
Due to the current and ongoing pandemic, HRBA have made the decision to postpone this year’s Big Update until 10th March 2021. It will follow the usual format of 8 presenters giving 20-minute talks on a wide range of topical and inspirational subjects.
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World Heritage UK and Historic Chapels Trust News

Historic England and SPAB News

News from The VicSoc & The Georgian Group